Why Use A.H. Hutchinson Landscaping?
A.H. Hutchinson Landscaping was founded in 1974 by Arthur H. Hutchinson Jr. The company started on one simple belief- to provide the best service in the industry with the lowest price possible. This same belief has been carried throughout the past 34 years and continues to thrive today. The company began by maintaining the local communities lawns’ and has since grown in leaps and bounds. In 1998, Arthur Hutchinson Jr. was joined by his son Arthur Hutchinson III. Today, A.H. Hutchinson Landscaping is proud to maintain some of CT’s largest companies, schools, condominiums and apartment complexes. A loyal, trained and dedicated work force is ready to perform any task. Both Arthur Hutchinson Jr. and Arthur Hutchinson III attended the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture at UCONN Storrs. So we welcome all customers, big or small, in helping us make New England as perfect as possible.
- Leadership – Inspiring one another to achieve our company vision by demonstrating dedication, initiative and direction while maintaining a positive attitude.
- Teamwork – Creating great work relationships and a productive work environment through respect, appreciation and open communication.
- Quality – Committing to the highest standards of excellence in all phases of our company by always using quality materials, demonstrating professionalism, providing the best service and focusing on safety.
- Client Relationships – Maintaining open and active relationships with our clients to provide the best service while always seeking to establish new relationships to grow our company.
- Profitability – Efficiently using labor and materials to support a profitable and productive company. Profitability promotes job creation, stability and company growth while providing employees the opportunity to provide for their families.
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